|Mother Jones Radio 05-11-13: Torture: Where Does the U.S. Government Stand? - Mother Jones Radio|
President Bush says the U.S. doesn't torture, but five Army Rangers are the latest to be charged with beating detainees. Bush says the U.S. doesn't torture, but it sounds like he wants to keep the option open for the CIA. Bush says the U.S. doesn't torture, but Republican and Democrat Senators alike are signing on to reform interrogation guidelines. This week, Mother Jones spends the whole hour finding the truth about torture and detainees...
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|Mother Jones Radio 05-10-02: A Few Bad Apples? Detainee Abuse in Iraq - Mother Jones Radio|
Is detainee abuse committed by a handful of soldiers, or is it a widespread problem in the military? Some military insiders say it's commonplace, and have gone public with the help of Human Rights Watch. We talk to HRW's senior military analyst, Marc Garlasco, who before 2003 spent seven years at the Pentagon as an intelligence analyst. Garlasco tells the story of three army officers who witnessed prisoner abuse, including the breaking of a detainee's legs with a baseball bat...
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